Verizon Business Empowers Network Convergence for K-12

September 29th, 2008 |
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School districts across the nation are upgrading legacy networks to converged Internet protocol (IP) networks, paving the way for the introduction of new advanced capabilities, such as voice-over-IP and distance learning. Designed to enhance the learning experience and access to information for students, IP networks deliver the crucial speed and reliability that enable truly collaborative classrooms. Alex Coleman, group president for government and education markets with Verizon Business, discusses K-12 communications and information technology trends.

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